in Classic Rock The Byrds – Lover of the Bayou April 30, 2011, 4:00 pm 1.3k Views 28 Comments The Byrds – Untitled  The Byrds – Lover of the Bayou source Add to FavouritesAdd to Collection The Byrds See more Previous article UFO – Doctor Doctor Next article Couldn’t Get It Right – Climax Blues Band (1976) 28 Comments Leave a Reply Cookin' like a lot of 70's. Go Byrds. Still getting the vibes. Reply They sound much better than the Beatles! Reply welcome back home,iraq ect. healing song, hungry planet people should have listened CLARENCE Reply best song ever Reply Love that lazy, syncopated guitar. Reply the best Reply Never heard this one. Reply Excellent song, from my teens, when only Jim aka Roger McGuinn was left from the Byrds line up. They came to play in Liverpool Uni c1971, but none of my friends wanted to see them. Later heard they were brilliant. Have since seen Mr McGuinn on his own, he was excellent Reply Jerry Garcia called Clarence White "an incredible electric guitar player" who "took advantage of the light setup and the Telecaster snarl to get a kind of nasty, biting sound….There's been nobody like him since. His playing is what the guitar is all about." Here it is. Reply Skip Battin on bass and Gene Parsons on drums Reply hi roger and the Byrds will go down in history …………. Reply Clarence White's guitar is absolutely stunning here. Love it! Reply Simply over the top ! Reply Lover of the Byrds Reply WOW Reply This is the best version. I deeply love the line up in this period of the band. I only got into them in the early 90's (due to my age). I once had a dream I saw them live. I was close to tears when I woke up at the encore. The live in Manchester recording is great for lovers of this period (and a chance to check out the great bass work of Clarence too). Reply god bless the ghost of clarence white. he own this. Reply the 2nd album I bought when I came home from nam…still sounds GREAT! Reply Mr. MgGuinn and Parsons no better song Reply – MAGNIFICENT burning piece… Who composed this song ? Byrds or Dylan ? Reply Saw them at the Community Concourse in San Diego when they were promoting this music. Excellent concert. Outdone themselves. Reply This is the Byrds if there ever were some. Reply Check tom petty 😉 Reply way down south mojo voodooLord larivee ET Edward Anthony The Arrival Edward Teach Reply @indianastate https://t.co/tuUVNwY3D3Lord Larivee Edward Anthony ET Edward Teach US Army Umbudsman 5 Star General 8 April 1981 Permanent Placement Air Defence Artillery 32 Command 54190 1287 14142 809 First To Strike 4 August 1962 https://t.co/3qXvLQ7KxF Reply god bless the ghost of Clarence White Reply Sick track Reply The best song of the later Byrds lineup Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Sign me up for the newsletter!